Get fit ANYTIME, don’t wait for the new year

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Why wait until a “special” occasion or the new year to get healthy. Being healthy is not a destination but should be a life long journey for your overall physical and mental health.

Below are a few tips you can use to guide you to make lasting lifestyle changes. And the great thing about it, you can start them at any time of the year.

  • Get an annual medical checkup even if you don’t have any underline condition. Visit your doctor more regularly if you have any chronic illness like Diabetes or High Blood Pressure. Be sure to get the go-ahead from your doctor before starting any strenuous exercise program if you are not a very active person.
  • Stay active with an exercise routine, whether with a group, going to a gym or on your own.
  • Write down your short term and long term fitness goals and keep a food journal so you can…

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